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Macurdies Exhibition, Isle of Skye
Scotland

If you have a wacky sense of humour, then this is the place for you. Full of funny quotes, poems, displays & drawings. Yes, it is small, yes, it is silly, but well worth a visit whilst on Skye. 

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